1. Retiring? Consider Sedona

    After working for decades to save enough for retirement, you’ve finally made it. If you’re wanting to relocate to somewhere more relaxing but still want some adventure where you can finally start this new phase of your life, Sedona, AZ may be just the place. With low taxes, great real estate, amazing nature trails, several golf courses, and more, you’ll quickly find it’s an easy place to f…Read More

  2. What to Look For in a Realtor

    When you’re looking to buy a house, there’s a good chance you’re going to be spending a lot of time with your real estate agent. Finding an agency is the easy part, but finding the right one who will work hard to find you the best home for your needs and who you can trust is a little trickier. The Sedona, AZ, area is a desirable real estate market so having an experienced agent will help you…Read More

  3. Why Live in Sedona, AZ?

    Mountain living is appealing for many no matter where the mountain is, the cooler weather, there are endless adventure options and great big blue skies. What makes Sedona, AZ, stand out? If you’re considering relocating to Sedona, you’ll quickly see for yourself why the city was voted one of the most beautiful cities in America. If you need further convincing, the realtors at Brian and Cindy R…Read More

  4. Top Attractions in Sedona, AZ

    After settling into your new home in Sedona, AZ, it’s time to start exploring! There is a lot to see in the state of Arizona, but you don’t have to travel far to experience some amazing sites. At an elevation of over 4,000 feet, living in the mountains means there are plenty of opportunities for adventure, hiking, and more. If you’re relocating to Sedona, Brian and Cindy want to welcome you …Read More

  5. What’s Going on in Sedona This Summer?

    When you move to a new city or town, it’s hard to feel like an important part of the community. Meeting your neighbors and getting to know local business owners can take time, but being active in your community will make it easier to make the adjustment. When you work with Brian & Cindy Real Estate, you can count us as your friendly neighbors, always willing to help you out whenever you need…Read More

  6. Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip the Home Inspection

    A home inspection isn’t required, it costs money, and times take; so why go through the trouble? The short answer is: what you learn with a thorough home inspection can save you from serious problems down the road that could cost significantly more money and time than the home inspection would have. Don’t sign on the dotted line until you and your realtor are 100 percent confident that there a…Read More

  7. Tips for the First Time Home Seller

    Real estate isn’t just for first-time home buyers, but also for first time home sellers as well! Both are complicated and intricate processes. Buying a home involves obtaining a home loan, searching for a house for sale, putting in an offer on a property, negotiating the price, and more. Selling a house involves getting the house prepared, putting the house on the market, finding a buyer, negoti…Read More

  8. Tips to Sell Your House Quickly

    Housing markets can be unpredictable at times, but when you’re trying to sell your house, there are still some consistent tips to improve your home to sell it fast. The more time your house sits on the market, the more money you are spending on payments. It can be frustrating not knowing when your house will be sold, but following these tips will help home buyers choose your house. At Brian &…Read More

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    Tips for First Time Home Buyers

    Buying a house in the Sedona, Arizona, area has many benefits, and new homeowners will love to spend their time skiing or hiking in the mountains or enjoying many entertaining options in the city itself. First-time homebuyers have a lot to learn about the real estate world. Here are some tips everyone who is buying a house for the first time should know. If you want expert real estate assistance, …Read More

  10. 3 Things to Fall in Love With Before You Buy a House

    When you’re looking into buying a house, there are lists and lists out there of things to watch out for, things to look for, location, no major damages or issues with the roof or foundation, etc. A smart and savvy home buyer will read these lists because they do offer great food for thought, but there is one more list to consider. If you are buying your first home, or your second, or third home,…Read More